Peter's experience as a therapist has heavily influenced how he teaches and what he is interested in teaching. For the last five years, Peter has been teaching counselling/psychotherapy courses at master's level in the UK and has experience in facilitating personal development groups, teaching counselling skills classes and delivering traditional academic lectures. Peter is interested in creating educational spaces that are relational and that harness the potential of all learners.  


In addition to his work within Higher Educational settings, he has also designed and delivered bespoke workshops and training on a variety of topics, such as: 

-professional boundaries (in counselling/psychotherapy and other professions)

-practice education

-reflective practice

-developing your professional identity

-managing social media in professional practice

-relational ethics 

-building and sustaining communities of practice

-understanding and working with spiritual abuse in therapy

Peter has experience in chairing, facilitating and managing online educational and training spaces.

The majority of his bespoke workshops are now delivered online. If you are interested in commissioning training for you or your organisation then please send an email.

Upcoming Events &Training

It's about Making Sense of Microaggressions.

In this online evening talk hosted by Open Voices with our first authors, Susan Cousins & Barry Diamond, discussing their book - Making Sense of Microaggressions.

5th October 7.15pm - 8.30pm

Cost 15.00


Dr Peter Blundell - Introduces the event and talks about Open Voices.

Susan Cousins and Barry Diamond present:

• Holding conversations about race.

• The Cover story - the meaning behind the typography.

• 3 Excerpts from Making Sense of Microaggressions explained.

• Working together - co-creation and collaboration.

• What to do?

• Reflections

• Questions and Comments.

Attendees will receive a free poster and booklet.